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The following is a guest post from Anthony Romeo, staff writer for GaysWithKids and Huffington Post blogger, about his journey to adopt a child and how it is influenced by the mothers all around him.
It is May 15, 2008.
I am sitting at the Barnes and Noble just a stone’s throw from New York’s Lincoln Center, listening to Broadway star Kerry Butler singing songs for her album release, “Faith, Trust, & Pixie Dust.” She is singing beautifully, in great voice, showcasing her vocals and her ability to connect with an audience. My heart rises, falls, swells, one song after another. And in the row of seats in front of me, Tina Fey’s baby won’t shut up.
Now, in 2015, I am 30 years old, married, and happy. [Read more…]